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PRISM Luncheons and Brownbag Presentations

PRISM hosts several brownbags throughout the academic year as part of our ongoing PRISM Brownbag Series. All faculty and grad students are invited to the presentations, regardless of the intensity of one's methods interests. Information regarding the presentations is included below. 

If you have any questions about these events, or if you have ideas for future PRISM brownbags, please contact the PRISM Scholars: ps-prism@lists.osu.edu

Brownbags


Introduction to Standard Methods Software

Introduction to LaTeX
Presenter: Raphael Cunha
Presentation
Sample document & Reference materials (zip)

Introduction to LaTeX
Presenters: Matt Hitt & Ben Jones
Presentation (pdf)
Sample document (zip)

Introduction to LaTeX
Presenters: Byungwon Woo
Presentation (ppt)
Source File, BiBTeX File, PDF Example

A short guide to using R
Presenters: Eleonora Mattiacci & Jason Morgan
Derby Hall 125
Presentation (pdf)
Dataset & Do file (zip)

Introduction to R
Presenters: Dino Christenson & Scott Powell
Derby Hall 125
Presentation (pdf)
Datasets (zip)
R Script (txt)

Intro to Stata for Political Scientists
Presenter:  Andrew S. Rosenberg

Introduction to Stata
Presenters: Yoon-Ah Oh & Byungwon Woo
Derby Hall 125
NES04, Polity4e, GDP

Introduction to Stata
Presenters: Dino Christenson & Scott Powell
Derby Hall 125
Presentation (pdf)
Datasets & Do Files (zip)
Addendum on Data Importing (pdf)
Quick Reference Guide: Fixed Width Data Importing (pdf)

Introduction to Stata II
Presenters: Daniel Blake & Benjamin Jones
Derby Hall 125
Presentation (pdf)
Dataset & Do file (zip)


Intermediate and Advanced Methods Tutorials

An Introduction to Reproducible Research in RStudio (knitr, Git, and GitHub)
Presenter: Will Massengill
The Spencer Room (2130 Derby Hall)
Presentation (pdf), knitr Example Files (zip)

Python for Text Analysis
Presenter:  Alison Craig
The Spencer Room (2130 Derby Hall)
Presentation (pdf), Code files (zip)

Maximum Likelihood Estimation (Selection models & Interaction terms in nonlinear models)
Presenter: Raphael Cunha

Nuts and Bolts of Online Surveys
Presenters: Delia Dumitrescu
The Spencer Room (2130 Derby Hall)
Presentation (ppt)

Contemporary Methods of Ideal Point Estimation in Political Science Research
Presenter: Josh Clinton of Princeton University
The Spencer Room (2130 Derby Hall)
Presentation (pdf)
R Script (txt)

Introduction to Machine Learning for Political Science
Presenter:  Will Massengill
The Spencer Room (2130 Derby Hall)
Presentation (zip)